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Regulation of Uber services at the EU Level

Katja Vizjak, PhD candidate, University of Maribor, Faculty of Law Uber is considered a part of contemporary collaborative economy business models that enable people to source jobs from various websites and applications. It represents a new kind of service and generates strong network effect by offering access to bigger markets. The main idea is creating

By |April 14th, 2017|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

The Istanbul Convention in Poland

Anna Toporowska Faculty of Law, Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland Research interests: Constitutional Law, law and morality connection The Government Plenipotenetiary for Civil Society and Equal Treatment in Poland received a draft proposal for termination of the Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence, informs Adam Bodnar, the Polish Ombudsman. As

By |February 7th, 2017|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Discounts on prescription-only medicinal products is permissible for mail-order pharmacies in the EU

Written by Fabio Rotermund, Faculty of Law, University of Hamburg, Germany Erasmus student at Faculty of Law in Maribor, Slovenia Email: fabio.rotermund@gmail.com Usually in Germany fixed prices of prescription-only medicinal products for humans use exist. Thus it is guaranteed that all pharmacies sell the prescription-only medicinal products for the same price. Certainly it is problematic

By |January 28th, 2017|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Turkey’s New Constitutional Draft

İrem Özbilgin Faculty of Law, Özyeğin University, Turkey Erasmus student at Faculty of Law in University of Maribor, Slovenia Research interests: Civil law, International law, EU law   Since 15 July 2016 coup-attempt in Turkey, there were many speculations on creating a new constitution. On 10 December 2016, new constitution draft has been proposed to

By |January 16th, 2017|Categories: Posts from Students|Comments Off on Turkey’s New Constitutional Draft

Legitimacy of the deportation of a third-country custodial parent of Union children

Sahand Mirzazadeh Law Student University of Hamburg, Germany Erasmus student at Faculty of Law in Maribor, Slovenia Email: s.mirzazadeh@mail.de   Who becomes an offender in the European Union (EU) without being citizen of one of its Member States can get deported outside the EU. But what happens if the person has a child with an

By |December 13th, 2016|Categories: Posts from Students|Comments Off on Legitimacy of the deportation of a third-country custodial parent of Union children

IBA – ELSA Law Students` Conference 2016: International Courts and Tribunals

Nika Salamunić Undergraduate student, Faculty of Law, University of Maribor e-mail: nika.salamunic@student.um.si I had had the honor to be able to attend the IBA-ELSA Law Students` Conference 2016 on the topic International Courts and Tribunals, at the Queen Mary University of London, 12 -13 November 2016, as a delegate of ELSA Slovenia. The Conference Co-Chairs were

By |November 27th, 2016|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Arbitration Process between Croatia and Slovenia: Causes and Consequences of the Croatian Decision

Romana Prce, Faculty of Law, University of Split, Croatia Erasmus student at Faculty of Law in Maribor Research interests: EU law, Commercial law, Labour and Social Law INTRODUCTION Arbitration Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Croatia and the Government of the Republic of Slovenia has been signed on 4. November 2009. The fact

By |November 23rd, 2016|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Posting construction workers to Austria – Business risk

Ana Strmšnik, postgraduate student, Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Slovenia, contact: ana.strmsnik@gmail.com Service providers from the EU Member States, who use their workers to carry out constructional work in Austria on a temporary basis, face many problems with the Austrian authorities. Each day, it seems that there are new obstacles with which Austria prevents free

By |November 15th, 2016|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Challenges of the Internet of Things Phenomenon

Jerneja Horvat, postgraduate student, Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Slovenia. Research interest: EU law, Personal Data protection, Company law jerneja.ht@gmail.com   INTRODUCTION The Internet of Things (IoT) is a fast growing phenomenon that is changing our lives on a daily basis. The term IoT describes several technologies that enable the Internet to reach out

By |October 24th, 2016|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

The Right to Interpretation and Translation and the Challenges It Faces

Lina Burkelc Juras, postgraduate student, Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Slovenia. Research interest: EU law, Arbitration, Family law, Company law lina.burkelcjuras@gmail.com It is quite unimaginable that a person, who cannot understand the language of a certain country, could successfully defend itself in a criminal proceeding. Not understanding the language might be one of the

By |October 13th, 2016|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Searching for a new momentum of the European Private Company

Renato Kenda Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Slovenia Master's student Research interest: EU Law, Contract Law, Company Law renato.kenda@gmail.com I. Introduction EU’s Single market is dependent on SMEs, that form up to 99,8% of EU's non-financial business economy. It is considered that, they are the single most important factor in job creation and innovation

By |October 11th, 2016|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments